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UMES CHANCELLOR 








Dr. Archie L. Buffkins 



Message From the Chancellor 

The invisible beauty of the world will become visible only when the 
feeling of the heart is complemented by the quality of the mind. 

I sincerely hope that the University Of Maryland, Eastern Shore 
campus has provided you with these important attributes, skills, and 
understandings in order for you to truly see the beauty of life and 
yourselves within the context of mutual respect. 

Have a good day today and a better day tomorrow. 



EXECUTIVE CABINET AND ADMINISTRATION 





MR. ROBERT DOWERY 
Dean of Student Affairs 



DR. ALAN HENKIN 

Director of Institutional Research 




MR. JOEL MACK DR. JOSEPH WUTOH 

Vice-Chancellor of Administrative Affairs Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs 





MISS GAIL HEMPHILL 

Director of Development and Endowment 

and Alumni Affairs 



MISS KRISTEN PEARCE 
Special Assistant to the Chancellor 




MR. HERBERT OLSEN 
Director of University Relations 




A NIGHT OF DRAMA 





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A MATTER 

OF 
BEING . . . 



INNOVATIVE 




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AND 
CREATIVE 



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To Thee, Dear Alma Mater, 
We raise our grateful song. 
For through thy noble teachings 
Thou'st made they children strong; 
And thousands still shall praise thee. 
All earth shall hear their swel 
And bind our hearts yet closer 
To thee we love so well. 





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Maryland, Maryland, Home of 

Maroon and Gray, 
Maryland, Maryland, thee we will 

love always 
All hail to thee, fair Maryland, 
All Glory be to thee! 
Grow thou in strength and honor 
Through all eternity! 



MISS UMES 




Karolyn Anderson 



Miss Anderson is a senior, majoring in Sociology. Karolyn, a native of 
Woodruff, Soutli Carolina, plans to attend graduate school upon graduation. 

The lovely Miss Anderson is a very expressive and dynamic person who has 
participated in many extra-curricular activities while attending UMES. She 
also has held the title of Miss Sophomore, and Miss Omega Psi Phi. 



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Miss U.M.E.S. - Karolyn Anderson 







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THE FUNERAL FOR NCCU 

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U.M.E.S. ARRAY OF QUEENS 



Francine Jones 

Miss Gamma Sigma Sigma 



Sandra Odom 

Miss Pliysical Education 




Sylvia Waters 

Miss Home Economics 







Irene Esters 
2"* Miss Zeta Plii Beta 



Paulette Brown 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 





Fay IVlcCready 
Miss Junior 





Miss Hawk 1973-74 
JOYCE E. JONES 



Nanetta McClees 
Miss Phi Beta Sigma 




Shayne Broadwater 
Miss Alpha Phi Omega 




Edwina Hooker 
iVIiss Veteran 




Maria Jones 

Miss Wesley Foundation 





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Deborah Foster 
IVIiss Cheerleader 




Ocepia Barkley 

Miss Phi Beta Lambda 




Evelyn Jones 

Miss Alpha Kappa Alpha 



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KAROLYN ANDERSON 
Sociology 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
Miss Omega Psi Phi 
Miss UMES 





ERDIIME BARLEY 
Biology 

Beta Kappa Chi 
Black Awareness 
Cheerleader 



ELVIRA BARNES 
Elementary Education 



Vice Pres. Gamma Sigma Sigma Sorority 
Jr. Class Treasurer 





JUNE BRITTINGHAM 
Business Education 




DONALD CARNEGIE 
Sociology 



Alpha Phi Omega 





GRANWELLCHEW 
Agriculture Education 

ATA Honorary Ag. Ed. Fraternity 

Spinx Club 

SGA 



KEVIN CHINNIA 
Agriculture 



Gentlemen's Club 
Track TEam 




LINDA COLLIER 
Home Economics 




NORRISCONNELLY 
Mathematics 

Pres, Senior Class 
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity 
Student life Committee 
Men's Senate 




ALFONSO CORNISH 
Social Science 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 
Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
President Men's Senate 
Executive Committee SGA 




YVONNE COUSIN 
Sociology 




MELVIN CUSACK 
Industrial Education 

Football Team 
Block M Club 
Men's Senate 





JENNIFER DASHIELL 
Sociology 

AKA Sorority 
Sec. Fresh. Class 
Miss AFROTC 



ELBERT DAVIS 
Building Construction 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
President Marching Band 




FRANCIS DIXON 
Industrial Arts 




ROWENA ELDER 
Elementary Education 

Elementary Education Club 
Women's Council 




JOHN FOREMAN 
Social Science 

Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
Men's Senate 
Yearbool< Staff 





DEBORAH FOSTER 
Physical Education 

Pres. Physical Education Club 
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 
Senior Editor Hawk Yearbook Staff 
Sec. SGA 
Cheerleader 




MAYHEW FRANKLIN 
Sociology 

Editor-in-Chief Hawk 

Yearbook 
Editor — The Hawk's Message 

(college newspaper) 
President Sociology Club 
Business Manager Yearbook 
Delta Phi Omega National 

Drama Fraternity 
Executive Committee 

Student Government Ass. 
Student Life Committee 
Special Affairs Committee 
Long Range Planning 

Committee 
Homecoming Committee 
Student Assistant — 

Education Department 





JAMES GAYNOR 
Social Science 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
UMES Band 



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MARGARET HARRIS 
Home Economics 

Home Economics Club 
Miss Home Economics 71-72 
Special Affairs Committee 
Wesley Foundation 




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ALPHONSO HAWKINS 
Business Administration 

Kappa Alpfia Psi Fraternity 

Treasurer SGA 

Assistant Editor Yearbook 




PATRICK HENRY 
Art Education 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 
Yearbook Staff 
Art Club 



VIRGINIA HORSEY 
Elementary Education 



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VEORE HUNT 
Economics 



CARROLL JACKSON 
Physical Education 

Vice Pres. Jr. Class 

Sec. Sr. Class 

President Women's Council 






ANTHONY JOHNSON 
Biology 



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ANTHONY JONES 
Building Construction 




FRANCINE JONES 
Elementary Education 

President Gamma Sigma 

Sigma Sorority 
Elementary Education Club 
Women's Council 








MARIA JONES 
Business Education 



LEWISJONES 
Industrial Arts 



MARVIN JONES 
Elementary Education 



Elementary Education Club 



Phi Beta Lambda 

Miss Wesley Foundation 

Probate Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 






MAXINE MILBOURNE 
Sociology 

Sociology Club 

YWCA 

The Hawks' Message (college newspaper) 



WALTER JONES 
Mathematics 

Beta Kappa Chi 
Spinx Club 
AFROTC 





JOAN PALMER 
Mathematics 




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MAURICE PINDER 
Art Education 

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity 
Art Club 
Men's Senate 
Yearbook Staff 
Chess Club 



VENSON PURNELL 
Physical Education 



Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 
Treas. Physical Education Club 




SUSAN QUARLES 
Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 

Sociology Club 

Hawks' Message (college newspaper 



WENDELL ROBINS 
Physical Education 

Pres. Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity 

UMESBand 

Yearbook Staff 



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CHARLOTTE RUSSELL 
Physical Education 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority 
Women's Council 
Physical Education Club 






VANESSA SANDERS 
Social Science 

Pres. YWCA 
Wesley Foundation 
Women's Council 



KENNETH SHELL 
Industrial Education 



Football Team 
Block MClub 









CAROLYN STEPHENS 
Elementary Education 



WILLIE SYDNOR 
Social Science 



M.I. A. Queen 

Elementary Education Club 



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PAUL TROTTER 
Mathematics 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 
Gentlemen's Club 
Who's Who Among College 
and Universities 





HAROLD TYLER 
Business Administration 

Phi Beta Lambda 
Sr. Class Treasurer 
Men's Senate 




BRENDA WATERS 
Business Education 

Phi Beta Lambda 

Miss Senior 

Sweetheart Gentlemen's Club 



MALINDAWATKINS 
Business Education 



Phi Beta Lambda 



SYLVIA WATERS 
Home Economics 

Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 
Miss Home Economics 
Miss Freshman 





PATRICK WATKINS 
Art Education 

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity 
Veterans Club 
Art Club 



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FRANCESWEDGE 
Sociology 

Pres. Alpha Kappa Mu Honor Society 
Pyramid Club Delta Sigma Theta Sorority 
Vice President Sociology Club 
Hawks' Message (college newspaper) 



NORMAN WEEKS 
Sociology 



REGINA WHITE 
Sociology 



Sociology Club 
Women's Council 




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JAMES WILLIAMS 
Industrial Arts 



Men's Senate 




CLARA YOUNG 
Sociology 

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority 

Miss Alpha Phi Alpha 

Sociology Club 

Hawks' Message (college newspaper) 



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JUNIORS 









Francis Ballard 



Charles Bryant 



Rodney Bryant 






Lopez Chew 



Theartris Childress, Jr 



Sandra Douglas 







Yvonne Goodin 



Rosa Hodge 




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Brenda Wheatley 




Go placidly amid the noise and haste, 
and remennber what peace there may be in 
silence. As far as possible without 
surrender be on good terms with all 
persons. Speak your truth quietly and 
clearly and listen to others, even the 
dull and ignorant; they too have a 
story. Avoid loud and aggressive persons, 
they are vexation to the spirit. If you 
compare yourself with others, you may 
become vain and bitter; for always there 
will be greater and lesser persons than 
yourself. 





SOPHOMORES 





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Adeyemi Ajayi 





Brenda Bivens 





Shelly Blake 






Joseph Boykins 



Louise Braxton 



Robin Brown 




William Campbell 






Teresa Fooks 




Charlene Goodin 



Geraldine Grey 



Pedro Habton 



Wanda Handy 




Emily Johnson 





Richard Jones 




Jeffrey McNealy Virginia Mosley 




Edward James 




James Joynes 




Reginald Lawson 




Gary Myers 












Byron Johnson 




Nannetta McCiees 




Andre Parson 



Sonya Roberson 




Kyle Robinson 








Gordon Stanley 




Jeanette Stephens 



Lorraine Suggs 



Ondra Taylor 



Janice Tinch 





Andre Twilley 



Awoskina Valentine 



Kay White 




Shirley White 



Tommy Wimbush 




Mark Williams 






FRESHMEN 




Pandora Barkley 




Paulette Brown 





Marcella Beck 






Mary Burgess 





Pamela Brown 




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Marion Butler 




Veryl Carr 



Karen Cassidy 



Alverne Chesterfield 



George Coleman 




Carolyn Copes 




Sylvania Cottman 






Marjorie Davis 




Greg Duncan 







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Michael Holden 




Arlene Jones 




Tunde Fajuyigbe 




Sheryll Hamilton 



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Freda Jackson 





Emanuel Kolawole 






Lanec Fletcher 



Robert Greene 





Brenda Harris 



Zelma Hayward 




Bainji Jegede 



Eloa Johnson 



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Jackie Joseph 





Abiola Lanrewaju 



Ermias Lemma 





Sharon Guy 




Pamela Henry 



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Renee Johnson 




Cynthia Lewis 




Voloria Mack 



Barry Marshall 



Rebecca Marshall 



Gloria Maye 



Caria McReynolds 




Christopher Meshida 






Nancy Miles 






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Beverly Sue Miller 






Rahymm S. Omotosho 




Harold Russell 



Patricia Sampson 



Shirley Simmons 



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Gertrude White 



Bradshaw Whiting 



Ralph Whittington 



Waters Whittington 



Bernie Williams 



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1973-'74 HAWK BASKETBALL TEAM 





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U.M.E.S. 1973-74 SWIMMING TEAM 






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Lend me the stone strength of the past 
And I will lend you, 
The wings of the future 
For I have them. 

— Robinson Jeffers 




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ARNOLD AIR SOCIETY 



ENGLISH CLUB 




ELEMENTARY EDUCATION CLUB 



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ALPHA PHI ALPHA 




ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA 




;TA kappa CHI 



Scientific Honor Society 




BIOLOGY CLUB 




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ZETA PHI BETA 




PHI BETA SIGMA 




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PHI BETA LAMBDA 




STUDENTS INTERESTED — IN TALENT 




KAPPA 




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Editor-in-Chief 



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1973-74 HAWK YEARBOOK STAFF 



Assistant Editors 




DELORA SHEDRICK 
Assistant Editor 




ROSE HODGE 
Assistant Editor 





WHO'S WHO AMONG COLLEGES 

AND 
UNIVERSITIES 



KAROLYN ANDERSON 

RODNEY BRYANT 

PENNY BUTLER 

LINDA COLLIER 

ALFONSO CORNISH 

FAYE MARTIN 

SUSAN QUARLES 

HELEN SUTTON 

PAUL TROTTER 

FRANCES WEDGE 

MAXINE WILKINS 

CLARA YOUNG 




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Graduate 

Studies 

Convocation 

Dr. David Sparks 

— Speaker, U. of Md. 




Black 
Heritage 
Week 
Speaker 

Alex Haley 
Author 



DR. ARCHIE L. BUFFKINS 




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WITH LOCAL MAYORS 




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FACES AROUND CAMPUS 




O give me a song of liope 

And a world where I can sing it. 

Give me a song of faitin 

And a people to believe in it. 

Give me a song of kindliness 

And a country where I can live it. 

"Dark Testament" Pauli Murray 




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Don't let life discourage you; everyone 
who got where he is had to begin where 
he was. 




The first thing to do in life is to do with 
purpose what one proposes to do. 

- Pablo Casals 




POSTSCRIPT 



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When you read, read! Too 
many students just half 
read. I never read 
without summarizing — 
and so understanding what 

I read. The art of memory 

is the art of understanding. 

Roscoe Pound, Harvard 

Law School 




"With all its sham, drudgery & broken 
dreams, it is still a beautiful world." 




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We live in a time of such rapid chang 

that only he who is in a fundament^ 

a person who continues to learn and inqty 

pace, let alone play the role^feifcjyide , . .We have created for 

ourselves a manner of living in Araeric^fH'vyhich a little learning 

can no longer serve our needs.. 

-Nathan Pusey, THE AGE OF THE SCHOLAR: OBSERVATION 
nM FniirATION INA TROUBLED DECADE 




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"Each man is each man's brother." 





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MISS DALE GORDON 
Director, College Thirteen 



DR. CLAUD MARION 

Counselor, UMES Extension Program 



DR. LEWIS KADUSHIN 
Director, Counseling Center 




DR. HENKINS 
Director, Institutiona 
Research 



DR. CAROLE HENKIN 
Director, Reading Center 



MR. JAGDISH SINGH 
Director of Admissions and 
Registration 






MRS. BETTY MILES 
Head, Business Department 



DR. GERALD JOHNSON 

Head, Music Department 



DR. HOWARD REBACH 
Head, Department of Social 
Science 



DR. LEON COURSEY 
Head, Physical Education 
Department 




DR. WILLIAM PENDER 
Head, Education Department 



DR. N. NAGARAJAN 

Head, Mathematics and 
Computer Science 



MR. JAMES POLK 

Head, Department of English 
and Languages 




DR. WILLIAM LYNK 

Head, Department of Natural Science 



MRS. ERETHIA EVANS 

Head, Home Economics Department 




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A degree is not an education, and the 
confusion on this point is perhaps the 
gravest weakness in American thinl<ing 
about education. 





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Was something brushed 
across my mind 

That no one on earth 
will ever find? 

— Robert Frost 




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Experience is a 

hard teacher because 

she gives the 

test first, the lesson 

afterwards. 




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HAWKLAND 




GETTING 
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The utmost reward of daring is to dare. 
— Robert Frost 





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A college education is a taste for 
knowledge, a taste for philosophy, a 
capacity to explore, question and 
perceive relationships between 
fields of knowledge and experience 
. . . it is a search for truth. 





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AUTOGRAPHS 



In Fond Memory Of Jinnmie Mosely, Sr, 
1927-1974 




Artists are poets, speaking to humanity. As an artist, Jimmie Mosely stands out as one of the 
nation's great creators of masterpieces. His works will stand forever midway between man's fleeting 
world and the transcendent world of God, enabling us to continually communicate with the cosmos 
and the powers of nature. 

He once remarked, "I am an artist; I have something to say: I hope I have said it well." 



AWARDS; 

Atlanta Univ. Ga., 1st prize 
Xavier Univ. New Orleans, La. 
National Conference of Artists 
Wicomico County Art League. Salisbury, Md. 
1st prize In Watercolors and in Graphics, Emancipation Centennial 
National Exhibit, New Orleans 

EXHIBITIONS; 

Atlanta University, Ga. 

Illinois State Univ. Art Gallery, Normal, Illinois 

Civic Center Museum, Phila., Pa. 

Nelson Gallery & Atkins Museum, Kansas City, Mo. 

Wicomico County Library, Salisbury, Md. 

Salisbury State College, Salisbury, Md. 



COLLECTIONS; 

Atlanta University Art Gallery 

Illinois State University Art Gallery, Normal, III. 

Dusable Art Gallery, Chicago 

PROFESSIONAL POSITION; 

Associate Professor and Head of Art Department, University of Maryland, 

Eastern Shore, Princess Anne, Md. 1947-74 
President of the National Conference of Artists, 1974 

GALLERIES; 

Atlanta University Art Gallery 

Illinois State University 

Jonada Art Gallery, Baltimore, Md. 

Smith-Mason Art Gallery, Wash., D.C. 



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